Newspaper of The New York Herald, June 9, 1845, Page 1

Newspaper of The New York Herald dated June 9, 1845 Page 1
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THE NEW YORK HERALD. Vol. XI., No. 157?Whole No. 4010. Price Two Centa. THE NEW YORK HERALD. JAMES GORDON BENNETT, Proprietor. Circulation-?Forty Thousand. DAILY HERALD?Every day. Price 3 cent* pei copy?$7 26 per annum?payable in advance. WEEKLY HERALD?Every Saturday?Prico 6} cent* por copy?$3 m cent* per annum?payable in advance ADVERTISEMENTS at the uiual price*?alwayt cash in advance. PRINTING #f all kind* executed with beauty and despatch. All letter* or communications, by mail, addreaied to the establishment, must be post paid, or the postage will be deducted from the subscription money remitted JAMES GORDON BENNETT, PiioraiKToii or thk Nr.w York Hkkald Establishment Nsrthwsit corner ?f (-"niton and Nassau streets LONG ISLAND KAlLltUAD. jssfijsaeiflBs SVMMER ARRAGEMENT. On and after the 22d uist., a train will leave the depot, at Brook lyn, for Boston, vi* Norwich and Worcester, every morning at 8?? o'clock, Sunday's excepted. Passengers will learve the foot of Whitehall St. at 'ocloek. Far* through $3 3) Second class passengers | || my 17 lrois rc TO WESTERN TRAVELLEKo. -*gW' WW EXPRESS AND PIONEER PACKET LINE, From Philadelphia to Pittsburgh via the Pennsylvania Rail roails and Canal?Hthrough in 3^ day-j. The above line is now in full operation and offer* great inducements to persous who wish a pleataut mode of travelling to the west. The cars arv built iu the most approved modern style, the ho.it* are lilted up in a superior manner, and every effort is made by the proprietors to conduce to the comfort and convenience of traveller*. The scenery on this route is unrivalled, and the Srelit chain of Pennsylvania internal improvements is well wor ly of being seeu. By this route passengers avoid all the fatigues and dangers at tendant upon stage travelling, and at the same time make an ex peditious trip. The cars leave every morning at 7 o'clock. Passengers are ad vised to engage their places at Philadelphia. Office in Philadel phia N. E. corner of Chesuut and Fourth street*, and nt Nos. 13 and 15 South Third sts. A. CUMMINGS, Agent Philadelphia, May 17. IBIS. For information, in the city of New York, apply to B. H. KNISELL, Agent lor D. LEECH It CO.'s Line. 7 West st, N. R. myl7 6m rrc changl: of hour. UNITED STATES MAIL LINES TO BALTIMORE. PHILADELPHIA, WILMINNGTON AND BALTI MORE RAILROAD LINE. Via Chester, Wilmington, Newark, Elkton, Havre de Grace, lie. Through in Six Hourt?Fare $3. dSSS&A On and alter Monday uext, Alay 12tli,..tlie Cars will leave the Depot corner of 11th and Market street, daily (except Sunday) at 9 o'clock, A. M.. the lines leaving at 4 P. M, and half past 10 P. M., being discontinued after that date. This Line will leave Baltimore for Philadelphia, at 9 o'clock, A. M. NEW CASTLE AND FRENCHTOWN RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT LINE. Through in Seven Hours?Fare $2. On and after Monday next, May 12th. thesteainboatROBERT MORRIS, Capt. Douglass, will leave Dock street wharf daily, (except Sunday,) at half past 3 o'clock. P. M., instead of 6 A. M.as heretofore. , . , , This Line leaves Bowly'* wharf, Baltimore, for Philadelphia, 817 P' M' SUNDAY MAIL LINE. The only Line lor Baltimore on Sunday leaves the Depot, comer of 11th and Market streets, at 4 o'clock, P. M. FREIGHT PASSENGER TRAIN. Fare to Baltimore 50 cents. . A Passenger Car attached to the Freight Train, will leave the Depot comer 11th and Market street, daily, (except Sunday) at 5o'clock, P. M., and reach Baltimore at an early hour next morning. O. H. HUDDELL, Agent at Philadelphia, Pa. For further particulars, apply to . GEO. P. FISHER, Agent, mylO lm rc No. 17 Wall street, or6 West street. FllOM BOSTON TO PHILADELPHIA IN A DAY. THE TRAINS upon the LONG ISLAND RAILROAD are now arranged for passengers to leave Boston at 6 o'clock and arrive in New York at i, as was the case last evening; and take the Philadelphia train at quarter before 5, and arrive there at 11 P. M. ' my23tf SUMMER JIHJUINQEHENT. LONG ISLAND RAILROAD COMPANY. From Brooklyn Depot? Boston Train?8?? A. M.Sunday* excepted. Accommodation Train?9% A. M and t P. M. for Hicksville and intermediate places. And on Tuesdays, Thursdays andSaf turdays, through to (ireeuport at 9% A. M, Frttm Qreenporl Depot? Boston Train, daily, Sundays excepted, at 12% o'clock P. M., or on the arrival oftnrsteamers from Norwich. Accommodation Train?At 9% A. M., on Mondays, Wednes days and Fridays. From Hicksville Depot?? Accommodation Train for Brooklyn?At 7 A. M. and 1% P. M., daily, Sundays excepted. The Boston Trains stop only at Farmingdale and St. George s Manor. The Accommodation Trains stop at the following places on the road, going both ways to receive and deliver passen gers, vit: Bedford 12% Deer Park 87 East New York 12% Thompson 1 00 RaceCourse IS'i Suffolk Station. 1 12 Trotting Course IM* Lake Koad Station 1 Si Jamaica 25 Medford Station 1 60 Brusliville 37% Milleville... 1 62 H yde Park, 17 miles 44 8t. Ueorge's Manor 1 75 Clowsville, (during ses- Riverliead 2 00 sion Court,) 44 Jamesport 2 06 Branch 44 Mattetuck. 2 06 Carle Place 50 Cutchogne 2 12 Westlmry 50 Southold... 2 12 Hicksville 56 Oreenport 2 25 Farmingdale 56 my22tf rrc NOTICE.?On and aftrr Monday, the 9th in stant, the car that leaves City Hall at six o'clock in the morning for William's Bridge, will leave at ? ? half iimi live: returning, will leave William's Bridge ?t seven o'clock. The car that leaves City Hall in the evening at half past si* o'clock for Harlem, will leave at si* o'clock, and will run to William's Bridge; returning, leave William's Bridge at seven o'clock and twenty minutes. ju5 rrc ^rn NOTICE. STATEN ISLAND FERRY, FOOT OF WHITEHALL STREET. FARE 6% CENTS. On and after Saturday, 7th June, the Steamboats SYLPH and STATEN ISLANDER will leave New York every hour except 5 P. M., commencing at 8 A. M., until 7 P. M. Leave Ntaten Island every honr except 4, commencing at 8 A.M., until 7 P. M. j"7m NEW KERRY TO FORT HAMILTON. YELLOW HOOK ANI) NEW YORK. The steamboat HAMILTON, Captain H. ? Mallan, will run between New York, Yellow bWM>Hi?ik, aud Fort Hamilton, till further notice, ns follow*, every day, leaving Pier No. 1. East River:? New York, 7 o'clock, A. M. I Fort Hamilton, 8 o'clock, A. M. 10 " " 11 4 '? P.M.I 5 " P.M. 6 " "I 7 ? ? SUNDAYS. Will leave Pier foot of Pike street, E. R.,at 10 o'clock A. M., and 1% P M.; Pier foot of Canal stN. R., at 10% o'clock, A M. >nd 2 P. M.; and Pier No. 1, E. R., nt II o'clock A. M. and P. rl. Returning, will leave Fort Hamilton at lf% and 6 o'clock, 1'. M.. land nt all the above places. r?" Fare 12% cents. Freight taken on reasonable term*. j7 3t*ec NEW YORK, ALBANY AND TROY LINE j/A FOR ALBANY AND TROY DIRECT. g^^T*lLC3? -The steamboat EMPIRE, Captain R. B. SKmJIShJL. Macy, will leave the foot of Courtlaadt street, on SATURDAY EVENING, at 7 o'clock. The Empire, owing to her light draught of water, will be ena bled at all times to passthe bar, and reach Albany and Troy in ample time to take the morning train of cars east or west. !<or Passage or Freight apply on board, or to C. CLAHK, at t!i? office on the wharf. J*6 It - WTj /?SL Qff NEWBUROll. hndiMg at Cnld well's. West Point, Cold Springs, and Corn *** " the steamboat JAMES MADISON. Captain Chrrles llalstead, will leave Warreu street every Mon day at 3 o'clock, and Tuesday and Friday at 4 o'clock, P.M.? Returning, will leave Newburg every Tuesday morning at % just 7 o'clock, and every Wednesday and Saturday at J o'clock All baggage, packages or parcels, bank hills, or specie put on hoard this boat, without being entered on the book or receipted for, inusl lie at the risk of the owners thereof, jnfi FShM'rrc FOR SALE?The Steamboat Richmond, of 227 tons, of a light draft water, 1W ft length, -26 feet beam, 8 feet depth beam eiiuine. 35 inch cylinder, 8 feet stroke, in good order and fit for immediate use; copper Tautened; would answer for a tow, freight or passage hint, having finished cabins with berths. If not sold before the |9th instant, will then he sold at public auction, at the Mer chants' Exchange, on that day. For further information, apply t t Messrs. Doughnty, 75 South street> ju5 Iw'rli cheap anu TTJXmant 0R5Iiksion to the LOWER BAY. The Steamboat W WE will, on and after ? Saturday, the 7th instant, leave Pier No. 1 E. at <1 and It o'clock, A. M., and 3 and 0% T. M.; leave Staten Island at 8 and 10 A. M., 1 and 5% P. M.? Fare 6% cents. N. B.?On the 3 o'clock trip the Wave will make an excur sion in the Lower Bay, passing Fort Hamilton. Telegraph and Coney Island, giving passengers a full view of the Ocean. For tile whole excursion only 11% eenta w ill be eh irged. i(' > Kefreshinents, or the best qualities, provided op board. my I lm*rc DRAM'S on UUh VI ikiTAIN AND IRELAND?Persons wishing to remit mo ney to their frietids in any part of England. 1 Ireland. Scotland or Wales, can he supplied ?with drafts payable at siitht, without dis count, lor any amount, Irom ?1 upwards. In Emm.a*i??On the National and Provinci al Bank of Eng land; Messrs. J. Barned St Co.. Exchange and Discount Hank, Liverpool; Messrs, James Bui t Jc Son, London, aud branches throughout England and Wales. Ir? fnri.Awi>.?On the National Bank of Ireland, and Provin cial Bank aud branches throughout Ireland. I r. Scori.afto?On the Eastern Bank of Scotland, National Dank of Scotland, < Jreenock Banking Com|ieuy, and branchea throughout Scotland. The steamship Britannia sails from Boston on llie lit.lnne.by which all dialts can be forwarded free. Amdy to W. Ii J. T. TAP8COTT. myl m 78 South at, cor. Maiden lane. KOR HALIFAX AND LIVERPOOL. THE Royal Mail Steam 8hi|>* BRITAN NIA and CAMBRIA, will leave Boaton for ' 'the above porta, ai follows:? Britannia, Jno. Hewitt, Esq., Commander.. .8ainlay, June lit. > Cambria, C. H. K. Judkins, Esq., " Monday, June 16th. Passage to Liverpool $120. Passage to Halifax 30. For freight or paasage, apply to w29m P. BRIGHAM. Jr.. Agent. S Wall at. KOR I.IVKRPOOL?To sail oil the 15th June ? .The splendid, faat Bailing ahip SUSAN C. HOW- ] |ELL, Captain Bailey, can accommodate a few more caiiui passengers in a auperior House on Deck, at a very mo derate rate. For passage apply to JOHN HERDMAN, j7rc 61 South street. FOR NEW ORLEANS?Louisiana and New ? York Line?Positively First Regular Packet,to sail on ? Monday, the 9th inst?The elegant, faat sailing Packet Ship ST. MARY, Capt. Foster, will positively sail as above, her regular day. For freight or passage, having handsome furnished accommo dations, apply on board, at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall at., or to E. K. COLLINS fc CO.. 56 South it. Passengers will pUaae be on board, at Murray's wharf, foot of Wall street, on Monday morning, 0th instant, at which time the ship will sail. Positively uo goods received on board after Saturday evening, 7th instant. Agent in New Orleans Mr. JAMES E. WOODRUFF, who will promptly forward all eoods to his address. j7ec YACHTS. FOR SALE?The beautiful fast sailing Pilot Boats ? CHARLOTTE ANN and ZENOBIA, from 40 to ?GO tons burthen. They are well found ill rigging, ballast, tuid ready for immediate use. Apply to Messrs. John W. Avery tiCo.,309 Waterstreet, or to Buck ram & Trussell, 213 South street. The Zenubia may lie seen at the floating dry dock, between Pike and Rutgers street. je7 3t*m FOR ANTWERP?The splendidThi^ DEVON ? SHIRE, Capt. , will meet with quick despatch at'or the above port. I< or passage, having handsome furnished accommodation* Tor cabin passengers, and also lor second cabin passengers in the house oil deck, apply to je7 J. HERDMAN, 61 South stre?t. WHALEMAN OF SAOIIARBOR.-Notice, if ? not sold at private sale, one thirty-second part, or ?half a share of the barque CONCORDIA, it will be sold at auction on Tuesday next, at Sagharbor, by order of NEH. DODGE & CO. C28 Broadway, N Y. je7 3t is'ec NEW LINE OF PACKETS FOR LIVERPOOL ??Packet of 21st June?The splendid and favorite ^packet ahip ROCHESTER, 1000 tons burtlieu, Capt. J. britton, will sail on Saturday, June 21, her regular day. The ships of this line being aJI 1000 tons and upwards, persons ihout to embark for the Old Country will not fail to see the advantages lo be deriv ed from selecting thi* line in preference to any other, as their great capacity renders thein every way more comfortable and convenient tnan ships of a small class, and their accommodations for cabin, second cabin, and steerage j>as?iys?rs. it is well known, are superior to those of any otlier line olpackets. Persons wishing to secure berths should not fail to make early application on board, foot of Burling SI in, or to W. & J. T. TAPSCOTT, At their General Passage Office, j7 rrc 75 8outli street, comer of Maiden Lane. FOR LIVERPOOL?To sail Mth instant?The ?eleg.uit and very fast sailing packet ship SHAK8 ab?HaPEARK, Cant Cornell, hiving most of her cargo en gaged and on board, will sail as above. ?. For freight or inssage, having elegant packet accommoda tions, apply on board,at Orleans wharf, foot of Wall street, or to j8ec E. K. COLLINS & CO., 56South st. I. HERDMAN'S OLD ESTABLISHED EMIGRANT PASSAGE OFFICE, 61 SOUTH STREET. PASSAGE from Great Britain and Ireland, via. Mtray. Liverpool, can always be arranged at the lowest rate, ^????Hfasand Drafts furnished for any amount, Payable at all the principal Banks in England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, on application to J. HERDMAN, jBrc 61 South street. FOR SALE-FREIGHT OR CHARTER?The ? very last sailing packet ship, MISSISSIPPI, 650 tons, ?'milt in this city by Brown & Bell, salted on the itock?, and resalted every year, live oak and and locust top, live o:ik apron, semson stern ftame, and forward and after cant frames?newly coppered and iu perfect order for a three years voyage?lias accommodations for 26 passengers. Apply on board at Orleans' wharf, foot of Wall stJeet, or to E. K. COLLINS 8c Co., 36 South street. jnOm FOR LIVERPOOL-The New Line-Regular ? Packet 21st June?The superior fast sailing Packet ship -ROCHESTER 800 tons burthen, John Britton, mas ter ^ will sail as abofe, her regular day. tor freight or passage, having excellent and superior accom modations, apply to the Captain on board, or to WOODHULL It MINTURNS, 87 South street. Price of passage $100. The Packet Ship Hottinguer. 1050 tons, Capt J. Bursley, will succeed the Rochester, and sail on her regular day, 21st July. jf6 FOR GLASGOW?Regular Packet.-The fast ?sailing British B.irque ADAM CARR, Scott, inas (iter, 350 tons, will meet with quick despatch. /or balance of freiffcr, or passage, having excellent accom modations, apply to captain on board, at foot of Dover st, or to WOODHULL ?t MINTURNS, ?7 S iuth street The regular packet bark ANN HARLEY, will succeed the Adam Carr. jeO FOR LIVERPOOL-The iwcket ship OXFORD .sails on tlie lGlli instant, and tlie packet ship GAU bRICK on the 26th inst. For passage, having splendid accommodations, apply to J. HERDMAN, 61 South street. . N. B.?Those sending for their friends residing in Great Bri tain and Ireland, can have them brought out with quick de spatch via Liverpool, and dralls can as usual be supplied, paya ble throughout tlieUuited Kingdom, oil application as above. ju5 rrc FACKfcT KOR MARSEILLES, on tile Illrii June -Tlie new |.*cket ship PRINCE OK JOINVJLLK, it'apt Win VV Lawrence, will be unavoidably de tained until the above date, at which time the will positively tail. The accommodations for passengers by thii ship, are not sur passed by auy of the European imclttt ships, and afford an ex cellent opportunity for those wishing to go to any port of the Mediteiranean, for which or freight, apply to CHAMBERLAIN k PHELPS, 103 Front street, or to BOYD It HINCKKN, Agents, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, corner Wall ajid Water street*. j3rc PACKETS KOR HAVRE-Second Line?The ?packetship ONEIDA, Cai>tain Jas. Kunk, will sail sou the 1st of July. Fortreight or passage apply to boyd k HINCKEN, Agent*, No. 9 Tontine Buildings, cor. Wall and Water street* ju3 re london line OK PACKETS-Packet of the 10th June?The apleudid and elegunt fast sailing pack fi ship switzerland, E. Knight, master, will positively sail as above, being her regular day. Having very superior accommodations for cabin, *econd ca bin andsteerage passengers person* about to secure berths should make early application on board, foot of Maiden Lane, or to JOSEPH McMURRAY, 100 Pine street corner of South street. The jacket ship Quebec, T. H. Hebard, master, will succeed the Switzerland, ana sail 20th June. miWm KOR LIVERPOOL?New Line?Regular jacket wMMfWof the Wth Ju.ie?The elegant fast sailing Packet Shin MMKa(iARRICK. ('apt. B. J. H. Trask, of 1100 ton*, will sail as above, her regular day. Kor freight or passage, having accommodation unequalled for splendor and comfort, apply ou board, at Orlean* wharf, foot ?r Wall street, or to E K. COLLINS k CO., 56 South street. Price of passage $100. Packet Ship Roscius, Capt. Asa Eldridge, ol 1100 ton*, will tucceed the Garrick, and sail 26th July, her regular day. m27 ec E PASSAGE KOR HAMBURG?With Despatch The splendid new picket ship SILAS HOLMES, Capt. C. C. Berry_, w ill sail aa above, and can very aoly accommodate a limited number of ol passengers in cabin and steerage. This ship having been built expressly for a New Orlean* packet her accommodation* are of the beat and moat coitly description. Persons wishing tosecure berth* should make early application on board, or to W. k J. T. TAP8COTT, myJ6 rr corner South street and Maiden lane. OBEir in hard feet in and so Every OLD established emigrant PASSAGE OKKICE, 61 South st.?Passage from England, Ire , ilaiid, Scotland and Wales?Those sending for their riends would do well to avail themselves of the opportunity of m ikingtlieir arrangement* with the subscriber* on very mode rate terms, .by first claas packet shi|w, sailing from Liverpool weekly. Drafts can a* n*nal be furnished for any amount, payable I Ciroughout the United Kingdom. Apply to | JOHN HERDMAN, 61 South *t. The mail steamer Hibemia aail* fr*m Boston on the 16th inst, , bv w nich letters ran be forwarded quickly. ?rMHl | BURDEN'S PATENT HORSE-SHOES BEING NOW ON SALE by the pruicipal dealers i hardware in the United States are all warranted per t in form and made of the very best refined iron, sold at a fraction over the price of iron in the bar. Cvery shoe which may be found not in accordance with the above recommendation will be received bark and the money refunded, with all expense* from the most distant parts of the country. H. BURDEN, Agent, my 1* 1 m ? rrc Troy Iron and Nail Factory. ~~ LIFE PRESERVERS, OK GOODYEAR'S PATENT GUM ELASTIC COMPOSITION. WARRANTED to withstand the greatest extremes of heat and cold, and not to melt or solteu in the seams, (the great defect ill Preservers made of the common rubber preparation.)? Also, a general assortment of good* manufactured under the above patent. Korsale, wholesale and retail, by GEORGE BEECHER. alO lm*rc 100 Broadway, between Tine and Wall at*. ALEXANDER'S TRICOBAPHE. Anew and invaluabe discovery, Being a liquid Dye, which instantaneously changes the color of the hair to a beautiful brown or black, without injury to the hair or skin. The great superiority of this Dye consist* in it* easy mode of application, and instantaneous effect?all other dyes requiring from ten to twelve hours to produce any change. Its superior excellence will be apparent to every one upon a single application. _ ? ... Extract from the "Philadelphia Daily Bun. ?Ai.itx*!snr*'s Tmi:oii*rnF..?The etfect of the above on the hair ia truly as tonishing. It was tried yesterday in our office, and the change from gray to black was instsntaiieous. _ Extract from the " Philadelphia Daily Korum. ?Several of our acquaintances have recently applied to their hair the Valua ble liquid Dye known as Alexander'* Tricobaphe?a new and valuable discovery ; and it lias in no case failed to predurc the desired effect. Immediately after applying it to gray hair or ] whisker*, it impart* a beautiful brown or black color. Kor sale by Rushtyu k Co. druggists, 110 Broadway ; Aspin- , wall, 86 William street: Johnson, Moore k Taylor, #1 Maiden lane ; J. W. Wright k C.o. 2 Cedar street; and of the principal . druggista throughout the United Stales, or of sole agents, R. k O. A. WRIGHT, 23 South IlTi street. myUlm*je Philadelphia. HOME'S PATENT ^EXTENSION DINING TABLES, \\I ITH METALLIC SLIDES, long known a* the most dn M rable, convenient, and elegant of extension Tables manu factured; warranted to run easy constantly, and uot to he affect ed t y dampness or warping at the wood. A large assortment of choice patterns, suited lor private parlors, hotels, steamboats, kc., together with a general assortment of Cabinet Furniture, always oil hand, at the Ware-room*, No. IIS Grand street, cor ner of Ktm, where the public i* re?|>ectfully invited to call and examine a23 Im'w j in IMM ? IHH (>l'" KILER, but little used, for s*|?? V/V/v" Also, a lot of Kile Steel and Tool* for Kile , making, worthy the attention of manufacturer* and amitha. Ap ply at No. 1M Water street- my M Im're I KOULSTONE'S HIDING SCHOOL, 137 and 139 Mercer Mtreet. MR. JOHN 8. ROUL8TONE has the honor to inform hi* friend* and the public in general, that hu ,School for Instruction iu Horsemanship i* now open { evening, a* follows.? Houra for Gentlemen from 6 to t A. M. " ? Ladies " 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Term* of imtructiou made known on application to Mr. ! Roulstone. Mr. R. ha* junt received from the couuQ-y several fine and stylish Saddle Hurt**, which he is authorised to sell at a rea- i sonahle price. myTre D1SBROIVS RIDING SCHOOL, j 408 Bowery, on Aetor and Lafayette Places. MR. W. H. DISBROW ha* the houor to announce, that hia School is open daily, (Suuday* excepted) for Equeatriau Tuition and Exercia* Riding. Hour* for Ladie* from 9 A. M. to 3 P. M. Hour* I'or (Jentlemen from 6 to 8 A. M. and 3 to 7 P. M. if/" Terms made known ou application as above. N. B.?Highly trained and quiet Horses, for t)? Road and Pa rade, to let. my? lm?rc LiOOK AT THIS. JJUHT RECEIVED by the packet *hip Duclies* D'Or leans, from Pari*, the best article of gentlemen's French Boots ever seen, and now offer, wholesale and retail, at the tow price ol Si, and the beat of Krench Calf Boots made to | order for $5; and the greatest assortment of all kiud* of Boot* and Shoes and Gaiter*. Ladie*, in thi* store you will find the greatest assortment of all kind* of Gaiters, Buskins, Slippers, Tie*, and all other kinds Misses and Children*, from the largest to tlieiuiallest; an ' don't miatake the No. 367 Broadway, cor ner of Franklin street. M. C AH ILL mylC lm' rc J KINK FRENCH BOOTS for *3 * ; City Made, and for style and durability they are equal to those sold for $5, at Young Co.'* Imperial French Boot and Shoe Manufac turing Deiiot,atNo.4 Ann strcet.one of the most Fashioua )oot Manufactories in this city. Fine French Dress Boot*, made to order, for $1 50 ; equal to those made in other stores for iti and S7. Boot*. Shoes, Gaiters See., made to order in the shor test notice. Mending. &c., done ill the store. Wui. M. Young St Co., Wholesale anu Retail Manufacturers, N? 1 Ann street. New York, near Broadway. Wli. M. YOUNG, and ?n7 lm?rr H B IONKS CHIP OF THE OLD BLOCK. MAJOR FANCHER & YOUNG BOSS H1CH ARDS, No. 5 Bowery, stick to it yet and know that they can sell a splendid article of Kreucb Stitched Boot* for $3 and $3 50. Ladies' Shoe* at wonderful low price*. So ?top your clack, ye lovers of Bootulogical imposition. myS Iin*rc T O C O II X T R Y ME R 0 HANTS. HOOTS AN1) SHOES. JE. JOHNftON, (late Wilson & Johnion) 'has on hand, in store 142 Chatham street, di-a _ (rectly opposite the theatre, one of the best assorted stocks ' of Boot* and Shoes that can be had ill the city. Gents Kip, f, Grain Rnd Seal, Thick and Thin Snled Boots and Shoes, pegged and sewed, from the Eisrern manufactoriesj Ladies Gaiters, Buskins, l ies, Slips, (Sic , of every description. A greater variety of Children's Shoes than any other store in thi* city. Geutleinen'* line Guiler?v twenty different kind*. Gent* Buckskin Shoes; Sportsmvu's, l< Uhermeu'saud Seamen's Boot* Store open till 10 o'clock in the evening, giving country mer chants an opportunity of examining the good* at their leisure myl3 lin'ee SUPERIOR STYLE of Gisitlemeus' Summer Hat* are Jp^wetl worthy the attention of those about supplying them selves with a pleasant, light and durable Snminer Hat, possess ing the richness of a Leghorn, and warranted nut to be affected by wet or damp weather. The assortment consist* in part of, Pearl Cassitueres at (3 50 Silver Pearl do JM Smooth white Ca*tor 4 00 Long nap white Rocky mountain Beaver 6 50 to 8 Together with an assortment of Panama and Bohemian Straw Hats, all of the first quality and most fashionable shape. ROWE, Sale* Room 40 William at, my24 lm*rh Merchants' Exchange. ECONOMY AND FASHION n ELEGANT SUMMER HATS. d PRICE $3. ROBERTSON, determined lo maintain the reputatiou ol the PHCENIX HAT AND CAP ESTABLISHMENT, 103 Fultou at, betweeu William and Nassau, Knit of Broadway, a* the cheapen in thi* city or any other, beg* leave to introduce to the public a very *uperior style of SUMMER HATS, which for lightness, beauty and durability, are not snrpassed? and for cheapness unequalled lu addition to being very plea taut and gauteel, these Hats are warranted to stand all ordinary exposure to rain without injury, which it i* well Known Leg horn*, Panama*, &c., will uot do without losing shape and color. For busiuess mare especially it is important to keep the head dry and cool, a desideratum which has not hitherto Been ittained. These Hat* cannot be injured by perspiration,owing to the i>eculiar style of trimming which the subscriber lias found by experience so very cleanly and popular. Tlieir weight ranges from 2% to V/i oz., being much lighter than substantial Leg horns and Panamas. ROBERTSON, 103 Fulton *l.t mU lm*ec Sign of the Phoenix. LADIES' FASHIONABLE HATS. ^ (Em) CARL KING, the well known and celebratedflU) first premium Straw Hat and Lace Neopolitan-J^T Manufacturer, 17 Division street, informs the public that his Straws and Lace Neapolitans are of a superior quality, and war ranted to clean, made in the most fashionable shape, called the Cottage Gipsey. N. B.?Lace Neapolitan Hat* $2 each. ' Milliner* supplied by the case or dozen at reasonable prices, at the Lace Neapolitan Manufactory, 17 Division street. in28 lm*rc CARL KING. IMPORTATION OF WATCHES. RECEIVED from 8witz?rland, by packet ship IZurich. an ansortment of Watches and Movements ol 'every description and of first quality, ready for the wholesale trade, at moderate prices. DELACHAUSE Sc MAIRE, ju7 ltn*rc No. 127 Kulton street, New York. TO lib.1. MA Delightful Summer .Residence, one mile from the Williim*l>n| Ferr>.?That Spacious Brick Dwelling, surrounded by a whole block of improved gromid, and lemt variety ofliuit anil shade trees, situated on the left side of McKibbin street, as you go up from the Peck Slip Kerry will be vacated on the 15th June iust.?when a good tenant can have possession at a moderate rent, for a few months, or the year if required. Apply at Mr. Ballagh's Boarding House, corner of Beaver street and Broadway, or at the house. je8 lw*m TO LET?r?rt of the House No. i6 Amos street, con ?sistimr of two parlors on first floor, a bedroom ou the se coud floor, two attic bedrooms, and kitchen in basement, he. 4'oasessiou itf.it can be had immediately, at alow rent. Enquire at the premises. juS lw?rh , LEASEHOLD PROPERTY FOR SALE, cousist ing of the premises Nos. IW and 193 Twentieth street, -NY. Upon the former lot area frame dwelling house in the rear, and in front a substantial brick dwelling house, built last year. Upon the latter lo'a frame dwelling in the rear, and in front a brick building used a shop. The property is in good repair, and forms a profitable investment. Apply to James Ca meron. 3l!l Hudson street. jnJ Iw'rrc FOR SALE?A property situated in the Village of jNorth Orange, Esse* county, N J., within 20 minutes of .Newark, iM.J., and one hour of New York City?Kail road communication. The premises consist of a new two story double house, with a finished basement, a cisteru, a well ol' mcellent water, a stable, a garden of nearly an acre, well stocked with fruit, together with other conveniences suitable for the accommodation of a family. Application may lie made to John Whitehead, Esq. .Attorney and Solicitor, Newark,N.J. or to 8 Simson, on the premises, corner William and Hillyer streets. ju4 lw*rrc k'OR SALE?A beautifal Country Residence, one mile other Buildings; good Oardeu, with plenty of Friiit Trees?wtS jftSfclrom Rossville Landing, on Staten Island, a Farm of 21 4aak^.acres of first-rate Land; a large House and good Barn, i other Buildiugs; good Oardeu. with plenty of Fruit T be sold reasonable and on gooa terms. Enquire of my7 lm*re SAM'L. HALL.3S9 Broome st ENEllAL BUILDINO REPAIRS, Nassau st, corner of Maiden Lane.?All orders immediately attended to for Mason, Slateing, Plastering, Flagging, tin roofs repaired and painted, and all other repairs and alterations done in the best inanuer. Also, furnaces, ranges, kettles, steam boilers, ovens, and every kind of fire works put up. None but good workmen employed. Expeditious and moderate charges Chimuev tops for curing smoke. Up town orders left with J. Uuinn, Plumber, 541 Broadway mZ7?Im'rh E. H. QU1NN. REMOVAL. " The Public is notified that the Office for the tale of SCHENCfTS PULMONIC SYRUP, HAS BEEN REMOVED FROM No. 49)4 TO No. 4 Courtlnnd afreet. North side, a few doors below Broadway, opposite National Hotel. WE CAUTION THE PUBLIC TO BEAR IN MIND, that P. S BEE KM AN, of 49K Conrtlandt street, is NO LONOER AN AOENTfor the ulc of the genuine Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup. Beware ol Counterfeits'.?Beware of Snurious Imitations!? Toobtain the pure genuine, unadulterated Schenck's rulmouic Syrup, go directly to the Proprietor's Office, A'a. 4 Courlland street. This medicine is the only one ever discovered, that can be re lied upon w itli safety, for the cure of Pulmonary Consmni tion. It has cured when every thing else his failed?the author affirms this, without the fear of contradiction, and does it upon the clearest convictions of truth. If taken, and used according to directions, it seldom fails of effecting a perfect cure. Its principle of operation is easily explained. It soothes and calms the troublesome cough; ripens the abscess, facilitates ex [?ectoration, and soon frees the lungs of the matter which col lects in the air tnbes. It regulates the liowels without the use of other medicine?strengthens the system, and purities the blood. It contains no mercury, opium, or other poisonous in gredient, but is made exclusively of roots and herbs. In Schenck's treatise, to be had (gratis) at his office, No. 4 Court land street, the early history of this Syrup may he seen. It originated from its curingthe author when in the lowest stage ?f pulmonary consumption.

This medicine, as a cure for pulmonary consumption, has now become permanently established with tke public. The number of cures of pulmonary consumption made in this city, whichare before the public, are sufficient to prove thstthe Syrnn will cure consumption, and is the only medicine that can be relied upon with safety in that frightful disease. To the consumptive, nothing can be of more intereat than the caseof Mrs.?Tucfcer, Ne. 41 York street, Jersey city. She was so far reduccd in consumption as to be unable to leave her bed. She took Sclieuck's Pulmonic- the disease then began to ripen, the abscess came to a head, and she discharged nearly a quart of yellow matter, her lungs healed, lier flesh returned, and she is now in the enjoyment of good health. M. Lusk, Pastorof the R. D. Church, Jersey city, states that he is acqnaintcd with Mrs. Tucker, and believes Iter statement as given in Schenck's treatise of consumption to be true. We have only space to mention the names of Mr. C. Van Nest, New Brunswick, late merchant of New York, No. 13 William street, who was restored to health by the use of this Svrup. Also Mary E. Van Bnren, No. ID Christopher street, New York ; Charlotte Evans, (II Montgomery .treet, Jersey city, daughter of Mr. Peter Delaney, No. 28 Market street, New wark, N. J., who were all victims to consumption, and cured by the use of this Syrun sloue. Wejust add, in conclusion, that if any person wishes further satisfaction than is furnished in Schenck s treatise, by calling at the proprietor's office, they will be furnished with reference to persons of the highest standing, who have been cured by Schenck's Pulmonic Syrup. mil lm*ec. aTches :?Watches and jkwelry.-'iw who wish to purchase (fold or Silver Watches, (fold Chains, (fold Pencils, Keys, kc., will And it greatly to their ad vantage to call on the subscriber, who is selling all descriptions of the above at retail much lower than any other house in the city, (fold Watches as low as 930 and $2.\each. Watches and Jewel nr exchanged or bought All WatcHes warranted to keep good time or the money refunded. Watcln's and Jewely repair* ed in the best manner and warranted, at much less than the usual price. * ?i. C. ALLEN. Importer of Watches and Jewelry, iti2'> tm*ec Wholesale and Retail. 30 Wall st. up stairs II AOS-MO Baiea S V PM I IV ,vt Bales No. J Leghorns. ' lifl Bales Smyrna Hag*' SOW lbs fine White Domestic. ?twin Deep Bines?For sale by PERSSE It BROOKS, ?14e? No- 84 tad 87 Nassau street WILSON'S HOTEL AND DINING ROOM, ft Mold utrcct, near Maiden Lane. COUNTRY MERCHANTS will find this a desirable House, being convenient to the business part of tin- city. This establishment i? titled up with entirely new furniture. Good and substantial dinner, 18V cents, lodgings 2j cents. For con venience and comfort this house is equal to any hotel in the city, and at half the price. Permanent hoarders can he accommodated on very reasonable terms. jui Jm'rc CATSKILL MOUNTAIN HOUSE. ?? THIS well-known and delightfully situated Hotel, at the Pine Orchard, is now open for the reception of visitors, un der the sii|>eriulenuituce of the subscrilier, whu will lie pleased to extend a cordis! welcome to the travelling public Stages run regularly to and from the morning and evening boats, landing at ( it-kill. Tile House and premises have been materially im proved since the last season, and now present attractions unsur passed at any watering place in the country. WM. 8COBIE. June 3d, 18IS. jui 4wrc BOARDING. ONK or two gentlemen can be accommodated with board in a respectable private family, on moderate terms, where there are 110 other boardeos taken, in an airy healrhy situation, withiu two minutes walk of the rail cars or omnibuses. Can also have the bene lit ofhot and cold baths. A note addressed to X. Y. Z., at the office of this paper, will be punctually attended to. ju2 lw*rc EPHRAIM SWEENY'S DINING ROOMS, No. ?G CHATHAM STREET, N. Y. TO THE NEW YORK PUBLIC. THE SUBSCRIBER WILL OPEN ON MONDAY, Juue 2d, 1S1.5. on the second door of his highly celebrated and popular rooms, one of the most novel and elegant saloons in tlie country ever intended for public business, where gentlemeu or private parties inay be served in the best manner with Break fast, Dinners and Suppers ; as comfortable and <|uiet as in their own private parlors. The extensive arrangement made in the cooking department, will insure to those who prefer this mode of living, one hundred and seventy-eight Dishes served up iu a style surpassing any thing yet attempted, and at prices to cor respond with reason, as every thing has been (fot up in my own peculiaratvle. I would most respectfully invite all those who would eucouragc the march of improvement, to call and be sat isfiedto what perfection the most humble business may, with perseverance, be elevated to. m30 Im'rc EPHRAIM SWEENY. SHARON SPRINGS PAVILION, SCHOHARIE COUNTY, NEW YORK. THE PUBLIC are respectfully informed that Mr. LAN DON, of Congress Hall, Albany, hut associated himsell with Mr. Gardiner, and tliat this establishment will be con ducted by them. The Pavilion will be opened for the reception of visitor* on the first day of Juue next. The subscribers have made many improvements iu the grounds and bathii?-house, and pledge themselvea to use their liest exertions to render this establish ment fully equal to any watering place iu this country. L. & O. Stapes will be in readiness on the arrival of the cars at Cana joharie, to take passengers to the house. Mr. L. will, as heretofore, continue the Congress Hall, which will, during the summer, be under the superintendence of Mr. Joslin. my29 lm*ec THE " WRIGHT' HOUSE, 81 N assau Street. WILLIAM WRIGHT, formerly of the Ram's Head. Ful ton street, begs leave to inform his friends that may be unacquainted with the fact at a distance, as well as those of the city, that he has opened a public establishment at 81 Nassau street, upon a scale of comfort that cunuot be suriiassed by any in the Union. His bar is furnished with the best ofwiues of every class, Ale, Scotch Whiskey of the purest brands, Porter, aud every other article necessary for a well stocked bar. Inde pendent of which, he has two spleudid rooms, furnished, on the second floor, specially adapted for private anil public meetings, courts martial, or any general purpose; besides which he has provided accommodation for permanent and transient lodgers, in extensive and well veutilated bedrooms, the furniture new and well assorted, aud every attention will be paid to the arrange ments of the lodgers, as well as the visiters of the "Retreat," ou all occasions. WILLIAM WRIGHT, my*i lin*ec 81 Nassau street. HOARDING AT 27 COURTLANDT STREET. GOOD BOARDING, with pleasant rooms, for single gentle men. Likewise, a handsome furnished parlor with bedroom adjoiuing, suitable for a genteel family?by myl.1 Im'rc MRS. GERE, 27 Courtlimdt street. WILLIAMSBURGH COTTAGE. THE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform the citizeus el New York, Brooklyn, Williamsburgh and its vicinity, that they have recently o"|iened the large and splendid mansion known a* the WILLIAMSBURGH COTTAGE. and furnished at great expense for the accommodation of resi dents and strangers. The Cottage is eligibly situated, a few rods south of the Peck Slip Kerry,and convenient to the Houston and Grand street Ferries commanding a beautiful and extended view of the Bay, New York and Brooklyn. They have alto at tached to the COTTAGE a large aud splendid <?arden, conve nient Promenades, Gross 1'latts, Shade Trees, Ike., making a most delightful summer resort to while away a few hours amid the refreshing bree7.es of the Bay. Their MUSICAL CLOCK is richly worth a visit, being the best piece of mechanism of the kind that was ever imported to this country. It will play fifty different tunes with remarkable harmony and accuracy. The choicest variety ol refreshment will at all times be promptly furnished. N. B.?In connection with thw estihlishment, they have WARM AND COLD SALT WATER BATHS?known as the Washington Baths. The water is at all times clear and pure. The Ferries run from Peck Slip, Grand street and Hous ton street every fifteen minutes. Ferriage four cents. tny!6 lm?ec HANDHELD k HOEFT. B.?Private House ofHefVeshmeuts by D. W. TELLER. 1? ? 206 Front street?Breakfast, Dinner and Supper. Is6d, each. Breakfast fltun until 9: dining hours from a quarter before 12 until J; Supper Irom 5 until 8k, o'clock. Also, 26 Beds, alt tu prime order. Lodgings 25 cts. All gentlemen wishing to ??sort to aline cool dining apartment, will do well to call aud satisfy themselves. The proprietor also keeps the old stand corner of Fulton and Erout streets; 7, 8 aud 9 Fulton Market, where he will continue to serve up all the delicacies of the season. Also, Wines, Liquors, and Segars of all kinds and of the choicest brands, direct from the importer*. m 17 lin-rh BK.C AR'S repository of fine arts, h7 Canal Street, 18 doors IVettof Broadway. COLLECTORS OF ENGRAVINGS visiting the city will here liud one of the choicest collections of RARE OLD and FINE MODERN Engravings iu the country atless than one-half the usual prices. B.?Grate Aprons and Drapery for Looking Glasses in great variety and of the newest designs mil lm*ec IMPORTANT NOTICE TO DAGUEKREOI V PE AR TISTS.?The undersigned have made application to get letters Patent for their new process to color D*guerreoty|)e Pictures. This process produces an effect uot known before, and changes the *pi>ea ranee of the Daguerreotype to that of the finest painting. This coloring process is done by nal . . ? . nature itself, ;uined only by the hand of the operator, and machinery. It can oe pefornied by every one not skilled in the art of painting, and will be perfectly understood at one glance. It also can be com municated iii writing, without difficulty. Arti.it* wishing to procure the Patent right for a City or County, can make pre-engagements therefore, by addressing (post paid) to W. & F. LANGKNHE1M, jel lin DSiW'ec Exchange, Philadelphia. LAFAYETTE BAZAAR7 149 and 151 Broad wny, cor. of Liberty street, NEW YORK. The Cheapest and Most Attractive Store of the City. FOR the convenience of the buyers, $10,000 worth of Fancy Goods, Toys, Perfumery, Cutlery, Jewelery and other va rieties of good*, are displayed on the counters, and sold ON AN ENTIRELY NEW pUn, At the following Prices:? Counter No. 1 12X cent* each article. Counter No. 2. ??? 2ft do do do Counte, No. 3 30 do do do Counter No. 4 7i do do do Counter No. 5 $1,00 do do do All tiie Goods are warranted to be genuine; the prices are fifty ercent below the market price*, and by this new plan you can buy the goods at retail price* a great deal cheaper than at auc tion. You will also find in the BAZAAR, the most complete as sortment of Sugar Plumb* and Candies, from 24 cents to $3 a pound; Jujube Paste, Chocolate, kc. Two large Saloons have been fitted up in a magnificent style, a* ICE CREAM SALOONS. A competent |ier*on, from a Philadelphia establishment, ha* been engaged to take tne entire management of the Ice Cream Department, and ladies and gentle men will obtain at the Lafayette Bazaar, a real Ice Crem, Phila delphia style DAGUERREOTYPE PORTRAITS. MRS. H. SIIANKLAND, Daguerrian Artist, ha* fixed the front part of the two galleries of the Bazaar, a* Daguerreotype Saloons, where she will continue, a*heretofore, to take the most perfect LIKENESS FOR ONE DOLLAR, including a neat Morocco Ca*e *r Frame. For further iiarticular* apply to F. A. ARTAULT, mvG lmrc At the Lafayette Bazaar. DA G UERREOTYPE. JOHN ROACH, Optician, 83 Na*sau street, ben leave to In form Photographist*, that he has just received, direct from Vienna, an invoice of Voightlaender It Son's celebrated German Tubes, which he is now ready to warrant genuine to purchaser*. Price* a* follow*;? Tube with 3 inch lcn*e* for fuJU aize plate*, camera and stand, (145. do 2 do haft size do do do 78. do 1>^ inch lenses for quarter do do }0. Person* at a distance upon fowardiny a remittance, w ith order, may depend upon having an excellent instrument sent them J. R. Keeps constantly on hand an assortment of plates, chemi cal*, cases, and all articles used in the Daguerreotype process, of the beat quality, and at as low price* a* they can be ohuiued any where else. my8 lm?rc VOlGTLAENDElt'S DA(HJERREOTYPE APPARATUS. A ^RANGEM ENTS recently made with their brnther-in /s Vw, Mr. Voigtlaender, Vienna, enable the subscriber* to ?ell .iio*e Apparatus at reduced prices, viz :? Largest size Apparatus, with three inch lenie* for full *ize plates, at $143. Medium size Apparatus, with two inch lenses for half sue plate*, at Small size Apparatus, with one-and-a-half inch lensae for quarter size plate*, at $M. Gentlemen sending remittances in accordance with the above prices, may depend upon receiving the genuine Voigilaender Apparatus, and not a worthies* imitated article, they having procured tne sole attency for the United State*. Ilates snd Chemical*, of their own importation, a* well a* all other article* couueetcd with their art, for sale at lowest market prices. W. A. F. LANGENHEIM. Philadelphia Exchange. Referring to the above advertisement, the subacriber* inform the Daguerrian Artist* in general that the above Apparatus and other materials can be procured to the stated price*, at their Da guerrean Attelier. No 201 Broadway. New York. ml3lm in L \ NKNHEIM It BECKERS. DAGUERREOTYPE. LB. BINSSE It CO., 81 William street, up stairs, respect ? fully inform Photographists that (bey have now on nand a full supply of their Plates of different No*, amisizes of the "L B. 8.4Co, mark' so favorably known throughout the Uni ted States They have constantly ou hand the chemical* and preparation* u*ed in the Dagnerreotype process, as well as French Tubes of very superior quality. Cast Iron Mercury Baths, Plate Polishes, Coating Boxes, ana Head Rest* of the best city mike. ml3 lm*rc " MINIATURE PAINTING ?A. McDOUGALL ha* removed from No. II Park Place ? to 3M Broadway, fourth house above White street, ea?t ude. mv4 lm*ec QUARTER MAN <V. S O N~ PAINTERS, NO. II BURLING SLIP, Nrw Yon*. Hovsc, Sinn a.xd SHif P*ir?TiMi, GnamiNit, Msnai.inn and Guitrrn. ALSO-LEAD SASHES For Churches aud Gothic Briijiinn*, made io orixr. m4 lm'ec (* ANT IKON WATER PIPES, of different sizes, constant J ly on hand. Also, American Pht Iron, for sileby WARRINGTON k RICHARDS, mytJ lm*rh 111 Water st. Ming Ming. [< orrenpotidenco of the Herald.] Sino SiN?, May 28, 1845. Inhabitants?The Effectt of the change of Politics in the Governing Party?Renident* more for Profit* tlum Principle??Secturian S*/ual>ble*?Their Pride ?I Am t of Slander?Treatment of Strangers?J\fu rali of the Residents?Their General Character, SfC. 1 do not remember of ever seeing, in your widely circulated journal, any notice of our far-famed vil lage. I think that this should receive a remedy,and with your permission,! will give you a brief account of the place, in its political, religious and moral views. You must be aware that this place receives its im i>ortancc, and in fact most of its vitality, from its being the location of a State Prison. The majority of our inhabitants are cx-agents, ex-keepers, ex-in spectors, and not a few ex-convicts; consequently, we are more or lews influenced by the peculiar no tions that pervade the prison galleries. For instance, if the Governor is democratic, so is the prison and so is the town. We consider every man a rogue until he proves himself honest?we think religion of more use for show than utility. A change in the politics of the State has a surprising effect upon our town? it is immediately like a huge cauldron set to boiling, by the universal scramble for office,and like alletfer-1 vescence, the scum generally rises to the top. You perceive by this, that we are somewhat a vascilating people?m truth we are; we d?n principle, and go for pocket. We have some of the finest specimens of intriguing politicians in the country. 1 have a postmaster in my mind, whose meandering course may give you a good idea of some of us. lie opened the campaign as a Jackson man?opposed Martin Van Buren?voted for Harrison?became a Tyler man?went for Henry Clay, and forty-eight hours after cat-ting his vote, he was a Polkite, and strange to say, as successful as has been these metamor phosis, he still retains his office, and having a cer tain weakness, that was attribnted by Scott to the little Scotch postmasters,he will answer well enough if we cannot get a better. At present, we are decidedly locofoco. Our late village and town elections have gone all that way. In the former election, the celebrated Dr. Brandreth was opposed by one of the "regular profession" of his own party for the office of President of the vil lage. Humbug carried the day, as it always does, and the man with the diploma was beaten. So much for politics. Our society, like all villages, is ruled by the dif ferent sects of religion. The Episcopalians, notwith standing their late disgrace, still effect to look down upon the Presbyterians, who, in turn, bestow the like compliment upon he Baptists, while the Metho dists receive the conglomeration sneers of the whole, and they console themselves with the idea that the united chances of the others of enjoying the bless ings of Heaven, compared with their own, is small inneed. We have a few other lines drawn in our society. The lawyer's wife passes by the Esquire's lady in silence; and their daughters turn up their pretty noses at those of the mechanic's, <!cc., but the principal boundary, as drawn by the church re ligion, is the God which we worship, not (Jod him self. We worship materal, not immaterial, and piously pass our time in villifying and traducing our neighbors. Perhaps there is no place in the State where the practice of slandering is carried to so great a perfection as in this place ; but as we are all so well acquainted with this propensity of our villag ers, it is only the stranger who sutlers iiyiny great de gree. If a poor devil of this class, guided by an evil star, chances to land upon our shores, he is consid ered fair game?the "nogs of war" are let loose ui>on him?he finds himself charged with all that is bad and wicked, (for it cannot be supposed any thing good would come to our village) charge upon charge is rung in his ears, until he begins to dcubt his own senses, and he is only relieved from this onslaught of pestiferous breaths, when his mangled carcase of fers no vulnerable point for attack, or some new vic tim attracts the attention of these whelps of sin. The morals of our village, notwithstanding the odor of sanctity that is spread over us. scarce ap proach to mediocrity. Almost weekly we tind TOinf "Japhet in search of a father," and within our limits we have a den of notorious counterfeiters. The moral intluence of state prisons in their immediate vicinity, cannot, therefore, be very beneficial. I have endeavored to give you a sort of general view of our place, and with your permission will, in future, enter more into particulars as regards our "great men"?prison intrigues?the political econo my of |?rdoning, kc., and marking the course of the principal gossipH of the village. Yours, truly, Harmodu's. Rochester. [Correspondence of the Herald.] Rochester, May 25, 1843. Politics and Politicians?Clintonians and " Buck, tails"?Uic Murder of IVm. Morgan?Excitement again tt Masonry?Its Conset/ncHCCs, fyc. Sir?I projwse, for the general benefit of all politi cal parties, to give you a short and comprehensive account of politics and of men that have figured in our county for the last few years. When Monroe county was a part of Ontario, the |>olitical power ol the county was wielded by such men as J. C. Spen cer, 1'. Swift, Nat Allen, Stephen Hates, Henry Fel lows, Peter Allen, (of renowned memory) G. < Gran ger, and others. Its |K)litics were divided into fed eral and democratic. After the formation of the new county of Monroe, in 1820 or *21, (the name was a compliment to the President) the political parties and influential politicians became mixed and divided?some of the democrats became Clin tonians, and some of the federalists became " Buck tails," or, as they were called, democrats. No pro minent politician of the democratic side, however, became a Clintonian: on the contrary,the new county had all of the prominent democrats?such as the elder N. T. Hocnester, W. 13. Rochester, (his son) Judge Timothy Barnard, sen., father of D. I). Bar nard of Albuny, Judge Timothy Harnard, jr., Judge James t i.iith, Judge Joseph Sibley, U. 1). Harnard. S. G. Andrews. James Seymour, now President of Rochester Hank, Peter Price, and most of the old leading democrats of old Ontario. The " Bucktails," or as they called themselves,the democrats, had for their organ the Advtrtiter?the principal editor was Derick Sibley,(now a whig,) a valuable citizen he is, too. The other paper w?(. called the . R? editor I cannot recall to nnnd. It, however, afterwards went into the hands of that very clever man, Thurlow Weed. Esq (I wish to re mark here, that whatever political sins Thurlow may have committed privately and personally, he is one of nature's noblemen. Yet, it must be confessed, he sometimes, in his ca|>acity as a journalist, is both unjust and unforgiving.) It was generally supposed that Jacob Gould, Esq., was the princi|>al owner of Thurlow's paper?at all events, if not the owner, he was always the warm advocate of all its sentiments, until Thurlow saw fit to become a warm anti-mason; then, indeed. Gen. Gould was in open hostility. Hut to return somewhat to my political narrative. In 1824, 1). D. Harnard was elected as the Mucktad can didate to Conaress from the counties of Monroe and Livingston?now among the strongest whig, counties in the State. In I82G, Wm. Morgen was taken from Hatavia, ana carried violently from thence to Canan dasgua, and from thence to the Niagara frontier? and, it is generally supposed, murdered. This event changed the whole political relations of the Western l>art of the State of New York. It cannot, of course, be supposed lor a moment that Monroe county would not experience the general change. Violent excite ment, personal hostility, and bitter feelings towards the Masonic institution, and towards the members of the fraternity, were universally excited. Of its ef fects, and of the personal relations of prominent men in that aflitir, 1 propose to #ive you, provided you see fit to accept and publish, an account in a few chapters. Yours, \c. Rochester. Yksskls on Lake Super ion.?The Falls of St. Mary, which interrupt the water communications between Lake Superior and the Lower Lake*, have,until quite recently, excluded nailing and (team ve**el* from the water* ol Superior. A ship canal round the Falls, in order to avoid thii obstacle to tho navigation, has long been talked of, and < ongres*, at the last session. wai urgently but unavailing solicited to undertake thii im portant work. Meanwhile, other means have been found of getting round the Kail*. Two schooner*, the Uncle Tom and Swallow, have been drawn round the Kail* and launched into Lake Superior. I'revioiu to this, there was but one veisel on that l.ake,the schooner Algonquin Oliver Newbury, of Detroit, i* building a brig on the ihore* of the Lake, which is soon to be added to this fleet of schooners. This l? the dam n of Commerce on l ake Superior. A few years hcnce, and tho waters ol that Laao. like those ol Erie, Ontario, Michigan anil Huron, will bo alive with every variety of sailing and steam craft. FotTRiKi; Establishment.?A sort of Phalanx, called the Buffalo street Mutual Exchange Boarding Company, is now in operation in Rochester, and i* tound to work exceedingly well. Vine families are member* of the "Association,''1 and they already have one hundred boarders. Tho last week the amount received from boarder* alone paid all the expense* of the hou*e, ex cept the rent. The house occupied n the old United State* Hotel building, and rent* for $790 per annum. ProvltlfiiiT. [Correspondence of the Ileral<l.] Providence, (R. I.,) .June 7, 1845. Liberation of Don?Gov. Jackson'* Ojmion of hit Health?Mayor Burgess in Hot Water?State Temperance Convention?Great Liberation Meet i>iK, 4rc., Of. .Something rich is likely to turn up within a day or jwo, relating to the imprisonment of the renowned Gov. Dorr. You will recollect that after Gov. Jack son, the Liberation < Jovernor, entered upon his du ties, he paid an official and friendly visit to Mr.Dorr. Various stories have been circulated, as to his im pressions while there. Like a sensible man as he is, lie kept his opinions to himself, until Thomas M. Burgess, Esq., Mayor of the city?a most import ant personage by the way?took the liberty to ad dress to bun certain questions as to the condition in which he found "Convict No. 56," (Gov. Dorr,) to which he requested a categorical answer. Governor Jackson rejihed distinctly, it is said, that Governor Dorr was sinking rapidly, and without exercise and pure air, not to be had there, that his life was in dancer. This correspondence, thus far, has been suppres sed by the Journal party, but you may look for it soon. I think it will fully confirm the late statements of < Iov. Dorr's physical condition. There is evi dently a fluttering here. The State Temperance Convention assembled here yesterday. Among the speakers was John B. Gough and several gentlemen of Massachusetts. The Hon. Mayor of the city, to whom I have alluded, was se verely hanuled for his voluntary defence of the re tail rum trade in this city. An overwhelming meeting was held in the Baptist Church last night, during which "His Honor," the Mayor, was turned over again, in a song, written for the occasion. So we go. Gough has made a great impression here. To day the city has been alive with the music, banners, ana parade of the cold water army. On Thursday evening the first liberation meeting, since the election, was hejd in front of the Court House?the use of any public building being denied by the city authorities. Addresses were made by Parmenter and N P. Banks, Esqs.,of Massachusetts, and the necessary resolutions passed by acclama tion. The crowd, of some 1200 or 1500, was en tirely in the dark, the managers forgetting entirely the grand effect of an illumination. The speech of Mr. Banks was caustic and effective. He is a young man, and certainly a fiery and eloquent speaker.? llis words are "hot i' the mouth." The confidence of the people in immediate libe ration revives. There is no mistake about it, Don must come out, and that soon A mass meeting will be held on the 4th of July, either to receive him or to aid in his release. Nous Verront. How are you all in Gotham 1 Ked Rcpert. Hartford. [Correspondence ot the Herald.] Hahtkohd, May 30, 1845. The Legislature?License Question?Mr. Gough, the Temperance Lecturer?The Weather?Change in the name of tlte College?Rejoicings Jliereat? Its Present State?Engine Companies' Display? Theatricals?Etliiopean Serenade/1 Wanted. Mr. Editor :? Being suddenly seized with the "cacocthes tcriben di," permit me to relieve myself through the co lumns of your valued paper, with a hasty account of matters and things in this quiet city. The principal object of consideration at present is the session of the legislature, which is pursuing the even tenor ol its way very creditably to itself?executing its busi ness with despatch, and indulging but little in "small talk," that bane of wise legislation. Ther* is one matter of interest, however, that will undergo much discussion, viz: the propriety of a "license law," which, I believe, is now under consideration by the "collective wisdom, iScc." The action upon it will probably be much iiifhiencedby the eloauence of Mr. Gough, who has been holding forth, last week, to crowded and delighted audiences. The members of the legislature, doubtless, find a relaxa tion from their aiduous duties in the uuiet attrac tions of this delightful city; for, Hartford has put on its summer garment, and offers to the eye entertain ment as pleasant ns it does to the mind in its society and institutions of literary improvement. I was pleasantly sin prised last Monday evening by the illumination of the College?and a more hand some illumination I never saw. The legislature hnviv in roinnlmnre with a m'titinn of the Trn?fee? changed the name of the College from Washington to Trinity, and the students celebrated the event by illuminating the front of the main building. The light that streamed therefrom, gave a most delicate line to the trees and green slope in front of the Col lege, until it really looked like fairyland. The Hart ford band were engaged for the occasion?and the ladies lent their presence to complete the beauty of the scene. The College is fortunate in the favorable situation it occupies, being located on a gentle accli vity on the western limits of the city, of which it has a fine view?it has tine grounds and is orna mented with a beautiful grove, in the rear of the chapel, that leads by the banks of the meandering Hoguc?presenting a miniature of really romantic scenery. I understand that sufficient funds having been raised, the left wing of the College will soon be begun; when this is finished. Trinity will present quite a striking Unit eiiMmbie. The city was enlivened on Tuesday afternoon by the appearance of the fire department in their uni forms, and with their machines. They made a very fine appearance, and to reverse an ola description, proved "ornamental as well as useful" to the city. After a procession with music through the city,they tried tneir resjieetive machines around the* State Ilouee, to the delight of the legislature and citizens generally, und to the discomfiture of the great "un washed." Theatricals in Hartford are progressing. Mr. Rob inson is here with his temperance exhibition, and the "Sable Sisters" are dispensing; their "original melodies of the native Africans." F understand that their sableships met with rather an unfavorable re ception last night, the audience taking part in the en tertainments of the evening. They repeat their ex hibition this evening, however, at the reduced price of 12J cents. By the by, 1 hope the original Serena des, now in your city, will favor us with a visit, for they make excellent music. Yours, respectfully, Sceihbler. Distressing Occurrence.?On Tuesday last, the body of .Mrs. Hooper Kllis, who had been missing for more than two month*, ami about whose sudden dis appearance from the midst of her friends, strange and various reports have been circulated, was discovered in a mill poiul in the vicinity of Mount Pleasant. by somo Indians who were passing the place. Deceased was grand daughter to Mr. Benjamin Fairchild, of Oakland, and had been married oulj last New Year's day to Mr. H. Ellis, son of John Kllis, Esq., of Mount Pleasant; she was a ! pretty, interesting young person, aged 17 years and 3 I montli*. About two months bIter hermarringe, she inti ' mated to the family of Mr. John Kllis, at whose house she was then stopping, her intention of visiting her grandmother , she accordingly went, and on the night of her arrival, alter having retired, as her friends thought to sleep, she dressed herself with more than nsnal neat ness and precision, lelt the house stealthily, and walked three miles to the mill pond, where she deliberately took off her bonnet and veil, and tied them to a bush, which were also aoticed on Tuesday, tied a white poeket hand kerchief tightly round her throat, for the purpose, it i? supposed, of nrcrenting her (wallowing a large quantity rapidly, confined her hair with anothei handkerchief, ami then, dressed iu cloak and gloves, lie., plunged into the water.? Hathurtf Courier. Mormon Trials.?The trials of the anti-Mormons at Carthage, still cause much excitement. The jury summonedby the Mormon sheriffs had been objected to by the defendants, and discharged by the court, and so cial elisors were appointed for these trials. Two new panels had been summoned and exhausted, and only se ven jurors had been obtained. It was supposed that the whole of the first week would be consumed in the selec tion of a jury. Many peraons were in attendance, fully armed, and great fears were entertained that a collision would tnke place between the Mormons and anti-Mor mons. Browning. Warren, Richardson, and Williams are nttornies for the defendants, and Josiah Lamborne prosecutes; it is supposed that he has been engaged either by Oo-v. Ford or the Mormons. An intense inte rest will be felt in these trials till they are finally termi nated. Some of those who ar? under recogninan'ce have not appeared, but the majority of them are in attendance ready for trial.? St. /.out's Era. Mormon Prrrrioii.?-In the tfoiuiecticnt legisla ture on Saturday, says the Hartford Courant, a mes sage was received from His Excellency the Ooveroor, accompanied by a communication from llrigham Young others, " a committee of the Latter Day Saints," at Nau too otherwise called Mormons, asking for an asvlain in Connecticut, or for aid in obtaining one elsewneie. They claim to be " law-preserving citir.ens, and they say Illinois has treated them as bail as Missouri. 1he former " pounced upoa their patriarch and their prophet, regaled their chaitered rights, &C." They say that ma ny citizens of Connecticut are among them, and request the Oovernor to convene a -penal session of the Legis lature to grant them an asylum, and to aid in establish ing a colony of " Latter Day Saints In Oregon." The message wns referred to the committee on l-oreign Re] Is* Mm.